Powerpoint Options

How To Use The Format Painter Tool in PowerPoint 2013

Many presentations, research papers and official documents nowadays require some sort of content that is copied from numerous sources, e.g. as a reference. It can be a nuisance to get the formatting right for copied text. An easy solution to keep all your content uniform is to use the Format Painter.

How To Arrange Objects To Front or Back in PowerPoint 2013

Objects play a major role in making diagrams in PowerPoint. A while back we brought you a post about the meaning of flow chart symbols. All symbols used in this tutorial are available in PowerPoint and you can use them and other shapes to demonstrate various important aspects of your presentation topic.

How To Remove Background Of A Picture in PowerPoint 2013

Sometimes when you fail to find the right image for your slides, you might require tweaking a picture to match your needs. Not everyone is proficient in using complex picture editing tools like CorelDraw or Photoshop, however, PowerPoint can help you get many basic image editing tasks done as well.

How to Disable Protected View in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

PowerPoint takes care of your privacy and help you to protect it by offering a set of features available inside MS Office programs. For example, every time someone shared a presentation with you and you open in your computer, you will be alerted with a yellow message saying that the Protected View is enabled. You …

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PowerPoint Options can be configured through the PowerPoint Options dialog box that is available in PowerPoint 2007 and 2010. From this dialog you can configure many of the features and options available in Microsoft PowerPoint that are useful while editing or playing slideshows in your computer. In Windows, you can configure the PowerPoint options by …

How to Stop Automatic Capitalization in PowerPoint 2010

PowerPoint has an AutoCorrect feature that will correct common text mistakes produced while editing a PowerPoint presentation and one of such a feature is the automatic capitalization of the first word in any line of text. This feature can be extremely annoying for any savvy PowerPoint user and it is part of the Microsoft Office …